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      27 Feb 2007 
 
Central Bank of Malta leaves the central intervention rate unchanged​- The Central Bank of Malta today left the central intervention rate unchanged at 4.00%. The decision was taken by the Governor at the end of the Monetary Policy Advisory Council meeting held this morning.

The Governor considered that, at their current level, official interest rates provided adequate support to the exchange rate peg. Click here for more...
New Decimal Sets of Current Maltese Coins- The Central Bank of Malta is pleased to announce the issue of a new decimal set dated 2007. The set consists of seven current Maltese coins of the Second Series (Lm1, 50c, 10c, 5c, 2c, and 1c) as well as a five mils coin of the First Series. The coins were struck at the Royal Mint, UK and are being sold in an attractive wallet. Click here for more...
Central Bank of Malta Quarterly Review – Fourth Issue 2006- The Central Bank of Malta has published the fourth issue of its Quarterly Review for 2006, which presents an analysis of economic and financial developments both in Malta and abroad during the third quarter of 2006. The results of the Bank’s latest Business Perceptions survey and an overview of the Budget Estimates for 2007 are also presented. In addition, the Review carries a speech delivered by the Governor at the annual dinner of the Institute of Financial Services on the policy challenges beyond the euro. Click here for more...
Monetary Statistical Release 2/2007- Broad money (M3) expanded by Lm17.4 million, or 0.5%, in December. However, the annual rate of growth of M3 slowed down to 5.2% from 6.0% in November. Monetary expansion during the month was entirely driven by higher credit to the non-bank private sector, as the net foreign assets of the banking system contracted.

Narrow money (M1) declined by Lm14.8 million, or 0.9%, in December. Deposits withdrawable on demand dropped by Lm16.0 million, or 1.3%, with foreign currency deposits accounting for most of the fall. Click here for more...
The Maltese lira and the euro- In response to numerous queries it has been receiving concerning the status of the euro in Malta, the Central Bank of Malta would like to draw the attention of the public to the following:

- The only legal tender currency in Malta is the Maltese lira. This will remain the case until the euro is introduced. Click here for more...
Familiarisation with security features of euro notes and coins- The Central Bank of Malta would like to remind the public that the Maltese lira is the only legal tender currency in Malta and will remain so until Malta adopts the euro. Until that time the euro is to be treated as a foreign currency like any other. Click here for more...The Archives Section of the Central Bank of Malta- is planning to publish a commemorative booklet covering the historical background of the Bank’s premises.

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